By: Mark Stern

August Newsletter

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August 2018   Dear Friend,   Ontario might be suffering from a shortage of rain, but there was certainly no drought of buyers when it came to home sales in Toronto.   July saw almost 7,000 transactions, up 18% over last July and prices rose 4.6% July 2018 over July 2017 and the average price now stands at $788,822.   At Realtron, our sales were up 19% and we sold 941 homes from...Read More

By: Mark Stern

July Newsletter

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July 2018 Dear Friend, The Toronto Real Estate Board reported 8,082 home sales through TREB’s MLS® System in June 2018 – up 2.4% over the June 2017 result. The average selling price in June edged up by 2% on a year-over-year basis to $807,871. While this is an interesting statistic, it does not reflect the reality of the market. The average price reflects the price of homes that ha...Read More

By: Mark Stern

June Newsletter

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June 2018,   Dear Friend,   The Toronto Real Estate Board reported 7,834 sales through TREB’s MLS® System in May 2018. Not a bad month, but a little bit off the 8,500 sales that I had predicted. The average price increased slightly, and as of the end of May, stands at $785,822, down 4.5% from 2017’s year-end average price of $822,622.   But averages do not tell the w...Read More

By: Mark Stern

March Newsletter

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March 2018 Dear friend, I must say, I was pleasantly surprised to see that the Toronto Real Estate Board members sold 5,175 homes last month. While it is less than last year, the first quarter of 2017 was a record time, I expected sales to be less than they actually were.  A further indication of the demand for homes was the fact that with over 1,200 homes for sale, my company booked ove...Read More

By: Mark Stern

January Newsletter

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January 2018 Dear Friend, 2017 was an interesting year for the Toronto real estate market. It was a rollercoaster ride of activity, the highs and lows brought about by government’s decisions to try to slow down home prices increases utilising negative policy changes. Record sales in the first quarter of the year were followed by a decline in demand in the spring and summer, as h...Read More

By: Mark Stern

Announcement!! New Brokerage!

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By: Mark Stern

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By: Mark Stern

October Newsletter

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October 2017 Dear Friend, The 6,379 TREB sales in September, while not the 9,800 of a year ago, are a good indication that the market is healthy and that there is strong demand for homes. Unfortunately our society is one of the following others, and so quite a number of people who were prepared to pay unreasonable prices for homes in March are now waiting to see what happens to the market before...Read More

By: Mark Stern

September Newsletter

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September 2017   Dear Friend, There is a lot of misinformation in the real estate market these days. The confusion is created by the fact that we have different markets in different areas of the city and yet people are trying to have a general statement over the whole marketplace. Imagine, it’s like having a one size fits all bathrobe that can fit a five foot person or six foot person. ...Read More

By: Mark Stern

August Newsletter

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August 2017,   Dear Friend,   Another good month for the Toronto real estate board, as TREB members sold 5,921 homes in July. The average sales price now stands at $857 823, up 17% over year-end 2016 of $729,827. There are 18,751 active listings on the market and with an anticipated sale of 5,500 homes in August, There are 4 listings, (homes listed for sale) for the average buyer to choo...Read More